There’s nothing worse than a mimic chest. You think you’re about to score some sweet loot, but nope, you just get attacked instead. Now I have to roll to see how many teeth the cleric in my party has to remove from my rear.
Halloween isn’t even here yet, and I’m already starting to see Christmas products show up in stores. I think if you’re going to start buying Christmas items in October, I think you should be able to get some use out of them sooner than the end of November.
Vintage matchbook art has a unique style all its own, but as cool as it is, we all know that it is lacking something. It needs more monsters! That’s why Austin, Texas illustrator Chet Phillips has created a special series of matchbox art.
You just don’t mess with Deathclaws. And if Deathclaws roamed your neighborhood, going to the corner store would always end the same way. In death. Just like it does in the game. Alfred Khamidullin (aka Hieronymus7Z) used photo manipulation to create this photo series that imagines that Fallout’s monsters are real and roaming our world.
Another year, another Zombie Safe House Competition. This entertaining annual contest seeks out the best ideas for protecting you from a zombie attack, and they recently revealed the winners for this year’s outing. This year’s winner: The Vagabond Mobile Safe House Device (or v.MSHD
The WTF holiday ornament of the year:
Devoted minion Nifnaks hand-stitched this felt Cthulhu tree topper. It’s practically a stuffed toy, except with a ribbon at the back, so you can attach it and make it look like a monster is devouring your Christmas tree.
I have an irrational fear and hatred of “blobs” and blob-like creatures. Growing up, I used to watch a Saturday morning cartoon called The Herculoids, in which there were two gelatinous mounds named “Gleep” and “Gloop.”